Damian Robb is 179cm tall, has a face half covered in beard, and can often be found wearing pyjamas.
He currently lives in Melbourne, Australia, with his fiancé, Holly, and a rabbit called Moriarty.
By day he works for a university, furthering the field of health and science, and by night he writes words for screen and paper.
In 2015 Damian completed the Masters of Screenwriting course with the Victorian College of the Arts. He has since co-created two web series, Mel MacDuff and Bogan Bookclub, and his pilot script, Tench, was recently long listed for the 2017 John Hinde award.
His novella, The Case of Henry and the Hamster, a humorous detective story about a simple man with a Sherlock Holmes obsession and a murder to solve, was shortlisted for the 2017 Lord Mayor Creative Writing Awards and will soon be available in ebook and print.
Damian has also been published in the horror anthology, Seasons of Fear, as well as the Melbourne Young Writers Studio’s Anthology, Authors of Regret, and is currently working on his first novel.
He is available for interview or freelance work, and can be contacted here.